Thursday, June 30, 2011

Sets I've completed

Don't mind me.

I'm on vacation, and part of my mission during these few days of freedom is doing card inventory stuff like this. What will probably happen instead is I'll end up painting the back hall or dragged to something my daughter considers "fun." Or both. But while I can, it's inventory time.

There may be more uninteresting posts of this nature for the next few days. Posting also will likely be sporadic. And then I'll hit you with a fantastic post that will make you keep coming back, only to find drivel like this.

Anyway ...

Sets I've completed:


1971 Topps



1972 Topps 



1974 Topps (incl. traded set)

1975 Topps



1975 Topps minis


1976 Topps (incl. traded set)



1977 Topps

1978 Topps

1979 Topps

1980 Topps

1981 Topps (incl. traded set)



1982 Topps (incl. traded set)

1983 Topps (incl. traded set)

1984 Topps

1984 Donruss

1985 Topps (incl. traded set)

1986 Topps

1987 Topps

1988 Topps (incl. traded set)

1989 Topps

1990 Topps


1990 Topps Traded

1991 Topps (incl. traded set)


2004 Topps All-Time Fan Favorites

2005 Topps All-Time Fan Favorites

2006 Topps (incl. Update set)

2009 Topps

2010 Topps

2008 Topps Allen & Ginter


2009 Topps Allen & Ginter


2010 Topps Allen & Ginter


2011 Topps Allen & Ginter


2012 Topps Allen & Ginter


2013 Topps Allen & Ginter


2011 Topps Lineage


2011 Topps Lineage '75 mini


2013 Topps Opening Day


2015 Topps (incl. update)


2015 Topps Stadium Club



1981 Donruss

1981 Drake's Big Hitters

1988 Score

1976 SSPC

1993 Upper Deck

2009 Upper Deck OPC


More to come ...

(1972 Topps and a whole mess of uncooperative sets from 2008, I'm coming for YOU).

9 comments:

  1. I did a double take when I didn't see 1987 Topps listed, yet you don't have any wants listed for that set. Curious...

    Also, Ralph Garr must have swung like a SOB to knock that helmet off. Nice to see the Rangers and a play at the plate on the pic list.

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  2. I'm happy to help with your 1987 and 1990 Topps sets as well as 1990 Upper Deck. and 89 Donruss and Fleer... 90 Donruss...

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  3. This is far from boring. I kinda wish everyone writing a site like this would have a list of their completed sets handy, to speed up the trading process. I find 'em just as useful as want lists, honestly.

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  4. I love that '81 Bill Caudill card. It just has a great look to it.

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  5. I have no desire to complete the '87 set. It doesn't interest me.

    Same with most of the sets from the overproduction era. The thought of a complete binder of '89 Fleer? (*shudder*)

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  6. If you feel like filling in '77 or '79, I have doubles. thughes281 yahoo dot com, I'll send you a list.

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  7. How about a complete binder of '92 Fleer? Does that make you shudder? I picked one up in my big haul the other day. (I did pass on a box set of '89 Fleer because I already had the whole set.) Now I've got to work through about 1000 of those cards (there was also a box) to find the 50 or so I needed to finish the set.

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  8. Nah, no '92 Fleer either. Although it's better than '89.

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